Human Rights Act 1998

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s.3
courts should comply with the ECHR so far as it is possible to do so
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s.4
declaration of incompatibility - where a statute is incompatible with the ECHR, judges must issue a declaration
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s.5
right of the Crown to intervene
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s.6
public authorities' duty not to breach Convention rights
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s.7
proceedings - must be a victim to challenge something under the HRA; must meet the victim test to bring JR under HRA;
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s.8
damages - may include financial damages
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s.9
judicial acts - how they may be implemented under statute
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**.10,18
remedial orders - amendments to legislation which is found to be wrong
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s.12
freedom of expression
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s.13
freedom of thought, conscience and religion
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s.14
derogations in times of emergency
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s.19
statement of compatibility - must make statement to say that act is compatible with the ECHR
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declaration of incompatibility - where a statute is incompatible with the ECHR, judges must issue a declaration

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s.4

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right of the Crown to intervene

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public authorities' duty not to breach Convention rights

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proceedings - must be a victim to challenge something under the HRA; must meet the victim test to bring JR under HRA;

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